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Understanding the different highlight sets in DVD Studio Pro is important if you want to be able to have your buttons highlight in different colors. DVD Studio will allow you to set three different color combinations, and depending on which highlight set you use this will dictate the color your button will assume during the normal.selected, and activated states. It is important to know that the Normal state is the same for all three sets, if you change the color of the Normal state in one set, you change it for all three. After setting the color combinations in the Color tab of the inspector, all you need to do is select the highlight set for each individual button in the style tab of the inspector. When you are in the colors tab, changing from one highlight set to another only indicates which set you are assigning colors to, and does not affect the button.

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In most cases you will most likely use the same highlight set for all the buttons of an individual menu, but if you choose to delineate, this is what you need to know


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